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Route Coastale, Palmar Ile Maurice, Quatre Cocos, Mauritius - Flacq District - Ilhas Maurício
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Avaliou em 6 de fevereiro de 2020
Hotel maravilhoso com atendimento impecável. Todo Staff do hotel são super bem treinados e fazem de tudo para vc se sentir especial. Passamos 4 dias maravilhosos a comida do hotel e muito boa. Se pudesse deixar alguma consideração e sobre o café da manhã, que vc tem que pedir pratos não é o esquema self service que vc vê em outros hotéis. A vista dos quartos é maravilhosa
Avaliou em 2 de fevereiro de 2020
Nunca tive um atendimento tão top como o que tivemos nesse hotel. Limpeza, organização, atendimento, localização, alimentação, tudo impecável. Nota 1000 Várias opções de lazer como , stand up, pedalinho, prancha, bóia, aulas de ginástica na piscina e lindos lugares pra caminhar.
Avaliou em 7 de outubro de 2019
Tivemos em Salt of Palmar o melhor serviço de hotel do mundo!!! O hotel é bem localizado, funcionários atenciosos, comida fantástica, quartos limpos, espaçosos e natureza deslumbrante. Pedaço do paraíso no planeta. Tudo perfeito... Vimla e equipe, vocês deram show!!!
Five star luxury at Salt of Palmar
Avaliou em 1 de dezembro de 2022
The very best thing about Salt of Palmar is the staff. Everyone was cheerful, helpful and nothing was too much trouble. A special thank you goes to Vanusha for her great kindness and helpfulness, in the restaurant (water will let her know what I mean). The food is excellent especially the huge breakfast. Dinner is god though vegetarian options are limited. I would recommend half board but the dinner menu repeats after a week so may be too repetitive for a two week stay. Overall an absolutely great hotel.
Tips to Make the Most of Your Visit
Avaliou em 26 de novembro de 2022
Salt of Palmar is an excellent boutique hotel for couples looking for a quieter (No partying and no heavy drinking) and more laid back beach vacation. The staff are kind and helpful, and the property itself is beautiful and well-maintained. We stayed for seven nights in November and would book again in a heartbeat. Below are our tips. Tips: 1) We booked a pool view room. Since the room was on the third floor (302), we also got a beach view from our balcony without paying beach room price. 2) The food is very good, but pricey! We recommend the half board plan, which includes breakfast and dinners off the a la carte menu. Without the plan, we would have spent close to $75 each night for dinner without drinks. We don’t really drink much, but if you do, getting the beverage plan might also be worth it. Breakfasts were the highlight of the dining experience, with fresh juice, coffee, pastries, eggs, and other dishes. On the half board plan, you can order as much as you want off (appetizer, salad, main, dessert etc.) the dinner and breakfast a la carte menus at each meal, so take advantage of that. Service is a bit slow since it’s all made fresh (perhaps relaxed is the better term!) - plan on 45 minutes for breakfast and 1.5 hours for dinner. 3) We rented a small car at the airport, and we chose to eat lunches out while exploring. This saved us money and meant that we weren’t tied to the hotel or expensive taxis. If you plan to eat lunches at the hotel, again it probably makes sense to go all inclusive here. 4) Offered on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s, the Ile Des Deux Cocos excursion is poorly advertised but a great experience and a good deal. You get transfer to and from the hotel to the Blue Bay, a ferry trip to a private island with a lovely beach, a buffet seafood lunch, live music, unlimited alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks, and a short (30 minute) snorkeling excursion (they’ll lend you gear) for $75 a person. You’d spend that alone on lunch and drinks at the resort. 5) Take advantage of the free activities at the resort. Try SUP during high tide and reserve a sport on the 11am snorkeling boat ride a day in advance. We also enjoyed the aqua fit classes. 6) They truly eschew single use plastic and paper print outs, which is awesome! Bring a reusable water bottle to fill up at the filling station every day. Also download the menus on your phone, as they do not have paper ones. 7) Walk along the beach past the other resorts in the evenings and marvel at the tide pools filled with all sorts of creatures. I would recommend flip flops or reef shoes, as parts of the beach are rocky. 8) Laundry prices are very high - $5 for a pair of paints. Bring enough clothing to last you. 9) Go to Flac Market on Wednesday (when they have produce) and buy a Victoria pineapple. It’ll be pre peeled, and you can eat it like an apple. Delicious! In terms of feedback for management, the yoga instructor gave a short lecture filled with false information, including that daily yoga practice prevents cancer and other illnesses. This is a highly problematic assertion and tone deaf to those with chronic illnesses. The entire yoga group was uncomfortable.